History of Casinos in Serbia
The Republic of Serbia is located on the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe. It is surrounded by Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Montenegro. Gambling is no new activity in Serbia. It has been on-and-off available for both Serbian and foreign players for a while, and we’ve managed to track the changes that have been made up until present times.
Slovak Republic Gambling Overview
Gambling is legal in Slovakia (officially the Slovak Republic), its legal since 2005. Slovakia has been considered to be among the European countries that have quite lenient laws as far as the gambling affairs of the country are concerned.
Online Casino in Slovakia Guide
Online casino gambling is legal in Slovakia since 2005, and the government is doing their best to regulate it, but most offshore casino operators still work under foreign licenses, since the licensing process in Slovakia is kind of cumbersome. What this means to Slovak players is that you should check for a license by the Office for Regulation of Gambling or another reputable international licensing authority such as the Malta Gambling Authority or the United Kingdom Gambling Commission. All of that changed in 2019, after specific laws which specifically regulate online gambling was brought and people were able to access their favourite slot, roulette, poker, and even live dealer games. In 2019, Act No. 30/2019 was passed legalizing online casino gambling specifically, setting up a licensing system, and making online casino gambling licenses accessible to private companies (and foreign private companies as well) ending the online casino monopoly of TIPOS.